Celtic Dream

Builder: Narrowcraft Year Built: 2007 Length: 57ft Style: Semi-trad Location: Alvecote Price: £57,950.00

Celtic Dream

Semi-trad 57ft 

Barrus Shire 45hp engine with twin alternator, PRM gearbox and delux panel  - engine hours recorded at 6361

Aqua drive fitted to prolong stern gear life 

Hospital silencer fitted 

BSC expires August 2020

Steel spec 12/6/5/4

3KW inverter pure sine

Galvanic Isolator

Battery Charger

4 x Leisure Batteries 1 x Starter

240 volt shore line connection both bow and stern

Cratch and Canopy 

Washing Machine

Solid fuel stove & Webasto Central Heating

Pump out toilet (with large holding tank)

Fully equipped with cruising apparatus

Hot Water from large calorifier by engine, webasto heater and immersion heater (240v)

Large stainless steel water tank


Built and fitted out in 2007 by Narrowcraft SP in their own dedicated boat building factory in Poland. All the Steel was sourced in the UK and shipped where skilled workers from the Gdansk ship yards constructed these robust craft. They were then fitted out using UK marine equipment and the very best Scandinavian wood. Wilhamina is fitted out in Oak with solid oak trim to compliment. You will find NO MDF on a Narrowcraft boat.

Celtic Dream is reverse layout with a galley at the stern. 

The Galley.

So from the steering position at the rear the sociable space extends into the galley. Large solid granite worktops are fitted to a walk through galley. Here there is a 12volt fridge with ice box, sink and drainer, Gas oven, grill and 4 burner hob. Many draws and  cupboards are fitted offering lots of storage space.  There is even a wine rack built in. The floor in the Galley area has been tiled so as spillage can be easily mopped away. A microwave is stowed away an easily accessible and there is a washing machine. The large granite worktop extends into the lounge area and doubles up as a dining area/breakfast bar with two high level stools.

All the boat electrics are very neatly stored in an electric service cupboard.

Having the galley at the rear makes it easy to make a cup of tea or get a sandwich while cruising as well as giving a tiled “wet” area to come into and not having to drag shopping and supplies through the boat,

The Lounge.

 A half door or child/dog gate separates the lounge from the galley area where there is room for some free standing furniture

The flooring is real hardwood and laid under all bulkheads and cupboards. This makes alterations easy with a Narrowcraft boat. a solid fuel stove fitted for winter comfort in the corner of the lounge.

A set of steel side doors are fitted in the lounge to allow light and ventilation – or just to feed the swans! 

 There is generous headroom throughout the vessel.


The Bathroom.

The bathroom is walkthrough and gives lots of room for changing and drying after showering. There is a full height quadrant shower with mixer bar installed and also a porcelain wash basin once again set on a unit topped with solid granite so as to compliment the kitchen work surfaces. The unit has good storage for all the bathroom essentials... The floor tiles continue as in the galley area allowing for wet and damp to be cleaned easily. There is also a heated towel rail fitted. The toilet is a Tecma macerator toilet with electric flush and a very large holding tank (100 gallons) fitted. This means that there are no nasty smells or odours and you don't need a pump out once a week!

The Bedroom

The bed is located at the bow and is an across bed type that extends easily to give maximum space and storage. There is plenty of storage under as well as a large mirrored wardrobe with sliding doors. A small cupboard unit is fitted in the corner. There are bed side cabinets either side and curved cupboard storage over. This really does offer good practical space for living or cruising.

Solid hardwood glazed doors lead into the well deck which is covered by a cratch canopy cover. In the well deck area there are seat lockers both starboard and port, essential for navigation equipment storage.

Celtic Dream has been built and finished to an excellent standard. If being built to this specification today the cost would be in the region of £125,000.00 


Details and viewing on 01827 898 585

Viewing Tuesday to Saturday 9am to 5pm

Sunday and Monday appointments by prior arrangement only.

10% Deposit required then Balance payable in 14 days. (Note should you forfeit on the sale for any reason then deposit shall be returned less 10% Admin fee + VAT)



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Cheque (We must have cleared funds in our client account before you have title to the craft)

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All information is given is based on our observations and information supplied. Prospective purchasers are advised to seek professional advice with regards to specification and condition. We have a dry dock available at short notice for out of water surveys should one be required.